I am not a physicist and don't understand a lot of it, I can't do maths, but in all other areas I consider myself an above average educated civilian. I had a strange dream and it got me thinking. Has anyone ever done a synchronized atomic clock test with a superconducting element? Like placing an atomic clock in an active superconducting field. Could it be possible that one of the properties of a superconductor is that the field it creates doesn't have the same spacetime properties as local spacetime around it? Could this be why a superconductor can levitate and ignore gravity within it's localized field because it's generating it's own spacetime or an altered spacetime field? If I'm saying something stupid, or already discussed, I apologize, but can someone who understands the actual physics let me know if this idea is valid or have any merit? It's hard searching for physics concepts when I don't know what to look for... That's why I'm asking here. I've seen articles and papers on black holes/spacetime being like superconductors, superconductors generating curves in spacetime, etc... but nothing I've seen talks about wether or not the spacetime in a superconducting field is normal. I'd like to think that maybe my idea no matter how retarded may spark a bit of an actual physics idea in someone who can do something. Because if a superconducting field can alter spacetime, FTL travel may be possible.